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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'Plaid Shirt Week' Begins Today
Tomorrow through Saturday
will mark the annual "Plaid Shirt
Week," to be observed by all mem-
bers of the School of Natural Re- g 1
sources in honor of their hero,
Paul Bunyan, who is soon to be
honored by the Foresters at a
dance.
It has been decreed that "all
natural resource students will be ,
garbed in the roughest woodsy
clothes at all times of the day."°
* * *
THE DECREE concluded with
"during this week all Foresters '
will preach the gospel of the out-
doors from roof tops and they will
be known by their plaid shirts." -
Foresters were driven to this
drastic step by a fear that Paul :
would think they have succumb-
ed to the soft living of their fel-
low students, and there is a need
for a revival of the old ways. }
They fear that Foresters have
lost the true outdoor spirit of their
predecessors and Paul wouldn't be
able to tell the Foresters from the 0 p-
Lit School students. . .
IF PAUL FINDS this is the case,
then they have doubts he will ap-
pear at the dance from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Saturday, in Waterman- Daily-Kessier
Barbour Gymnasium. LOG-SAWERS-Mary Kuizenga and Dick Curry practice log-
So, in order to please him, all sawing to get in condition for the Paul Bunyan Dance Saturday
Foresters will be known by their night, when a contest will be held during intermission. Official
plaid shirts and blue jeans this garb for the dance will be plaid shirts and blue jeans for both
week. men and women.
Official garb at the dance, for !__
both men and women, will also be Exhibits and pamphlets on for-
plaid shirts and blue jeans. estry equipment will be arranged DD rr -+
* THE GYNAIUS i in one of the gyms. These will be ' I . I I s
decorated with 200 red pines to donated by many natural resourc-
es services including the Michigan T D ecorat
recreate Paul Bunyan's legendary Conservation Department and the
homeland, the "Inland Empire. United States Forestry Service. i "
The atmosphere of the dance General chairman for the Paul IV1 I C K
will be informal to make Paul Bunyan dance is John Morgan. He
feel at home in Ann Arbor, wil be assisted by the following Behind the scenes of the Junior
c omm i tt e e members: program, BeidtesnsofteJir
' Girls' Play, junior coeds are sew-
Henry Webster; publicity, John ing painting and rehearsing
Try Our Stewart, Abe Dalton and Ross Co- the forthcoming musical masquer-
EXPERT BARBERS wan; refreshments, Pete Black; ade March 19. 20 and 21.
.n tickets, Clint Erickson; displays'
For Workmanship, and decorations, Gordy Garlick; Making costumes from overalls
Service, Sanitation art and posters, Dick Herman. to evening gowns to western cow-
Shine Sboy suits is the job of the costume!
Shine Service Also _________ ____
committee for this year's annual
The Daseola Barbers Read and Use production.
Near Michigan Theatre -
Daily Classifieds FABULOUSI)RESS designers as
# as inexperienced seamstresses are
needed to work on these costumes.
A complete sewing room has been
set up in the League sewing room
for the costume assembly where
r coeds will be hemming and pin-
Sning every weekday until show
time.

Diane Harris Hypnotist To Present Show
HeadsPanhel Sponsored by SouthQuad

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HEADQUARTERS for
ESTEHRBIOOK
Founitain Penis

Senior Board Petitions'
Will Be Due on Friday,
"Keeping track of all phases of
Panhel" is how Diane Harris, '53,
president of the University Pan-
hellenic Association, describes the
duties of her job this year.
The president of Panhel attends
other meetings concerning the
Association's activities, League
Council, as well as presides over
the business meetings every Tues-
day, Miss Harris said.
Other duties that Miss Harris
and the seven members of the
Panhel Board took over this year
included traveling to Michigan
State College in East Lansing to
help organize a state Panhellenic,
speaking before the Michigan Wo-
men Alumni in Detroit and com-
posing the Rushing booklet, "Pen-
ny Postals."
Coordinatingethe various acti-
vities of Panhel requires the tal-
ent of a "jack of all trades" Miss
Harris declares.
When commenting on her job,
Miss Harris said, "It is the most
interesting thing I have ever done.
I've had the chance to meet soI
many people while working in this
job with IFC, the Union and the
League."
Petitions for Senior Board,I
which Miss Harris claims is the

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POLGAR

COACHES AND OFFICIALS -
Members of the Coaches and Of-
ficials Club will meet at 5 p.m. to-
morrow in Barbour Gym. Work on1
officiating basketball games will
be continued.
* *
RIFLE CLUB-The rifle range
in WAB will be open as usual this
week for practice sessions. Club
manager Ann Batchelder has urg-

"right hand of the Panhel presi- ed all old members to attend these
dent," are due at 5 p.m. Friday in practice sessions, as several postal
the League Undergraduate Office. matches will be held soon.
These positions include presi-
dent, first vice-president, second WAA PETITIONS - Petitions
vice-president, secretary, treasur- for the post of president of the
er. rushing chairman and rushing Women's Athletic Association are
counselor. These jobs are open to due at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the Un-
present junior coeds. The pudic dergraduate Office of the League.
relations chairman job is open to Those petitioning are reminded to
sophomores and juniors, sign up for an interview when they
Each house is asked to elect two turn in petitions,
candidates for rushing counsellor

Dr. Franz Polgar, world renown
ed hypnotist and mind reader, has
issued a challenge to University
students which may result in in-
creased funds for the University
Fresh Air Camp.
The battle of the wits will begin
at 8:15 p.m. Friday in Hill Audi-
torium when Dr. Polgar will pre-
sent his "Fun with the Mind"
show, sponsored by the South
Quad Council that they may hide
his check for the performance
somewhere in the audience.
If he cannot find it while be-
ing guided by "thought impul-
ses" from a member of the audi-
ence, he will forfeit his check
and turn it over the Fresh Air
Camp, to which all proceeds
from the show will be given.
Polgar demonstrated his mind
reading ability to an audience at
the Detroit Town Hall Forum re-
cently in a similar stunt.
AN AUDIENCE member hid the
check under the hat of a woman
seated in the center of approxi-
mately 2,000 persons in the hall.
Polgar asked for a volunteer
known to the audience to give
him mental directions. It took
him four minutes to find the
woman and locate the check.
A graduate of Budapest Univer-
sity, Polgar credits his memory
and mind reading powers to dis-
cipline and training to a great ex-
tent.
*
HE MEMORIZED the names of
over 200 people together with their
room numbers at a recent conven-
tion and challenged them, "Just
tell me your name and I'll tell you
your room number-or the other
way around. if you will."
The challenge was answered
mapy times until someone called
out Rm. 128. Polgar finally admit-
ted that he did not know. Room
128 was the mind reader's own
room.
Polgar attributes his mental
powers to a well-aimed Italian
shell which buried him in an Hun-
garian army trench for three days
during World War I and blotted
out his memory for half a year.
Months in a hospital corrected.
his loss of speech and memory, but
strong telepathic quality remained.
Tickets for the two-hour per-
formance of "Fun with the Mind"
are now on sale at the Adminis-
tration Building. The price of re-
served seats has been set at $1.25,
while general admission seats are
priced at $1 and 75 cents.
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CLOCKS
ELGIN WATCHES
HALLER'S
JEWELERS
Near Hill Auditorium
on North University

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Complete Stock of Extra Points
IJLIUCH'S
Ann Arbor's Busy Bookstore

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Good pews for those of you who have
been searching for a good position.
We know' that these are the qualities for which you
are looking in a position:
Good Wages
Secure Future
Pleasant Surroundings
Opportunity for Advancement
Michigan Bell has openings in February which offer
these and many other advantages. Visit our Em-
ployment Offce or call 9984 for more information.
Michigan Bell Telephone Co.
323 E. Washington St.

The Committee will be work-
ing 3 to 5 p.m. on Monday and
Friday and from 1 to 5 p.m. and
and 7:30 to 10 p.m. Tuesday
through Thursday until show
time.
Jackie Shields is the chairman
of the costumes production while
Jinny Jones is her assistant.
. * .
JUNIOR DUES are now being
collected by . Margaret Carter,
treasurer of the JGP Central Com-
mittee, and her staff.
The dues will be used to put
on the JGP extravaganza and
proceeds from the show will be
used to decorate the new Bar-
bara Little Room in the League.
The Barbara Little Room is lo-

for next year. These candidates,
should fill out the front of a pe-
tition blank and return it to the
Panhel Office by Tuesday. Only
present sophomores are eligible
for the positions.
League To Hold
Bridge Lessons
Students who wish to learn to
play bridge or want to improve
their knowledge of the game may
still enroll for the bridge lessons
held every Tuesday night in the
League.
One lesson in the series of ten
has already taken place. However,
tickets for the series, which cost'
$3.50, may still be obtained in the
Undergraduate Office of the Lea-
gue or at the door on Tuesday.
Beginners will meet from 7 to
8:30 p.m. to learn the fundamen-
t ils of the game, and intermedi-
ates will learn advanced bidding
and playing techniques from 8:30.
to 10 p.m. each Tuesday night.
The course is also open to fa-
culty and interested Ann Arbor
residents.
The series is taught by Ed Si-
mons, who has given the lessons
for the past four years.

SNACK BAR-The Alice Lloyd
snack bar will have its grand op-
ening from 9:30 to 11 p.m. tonight.
In honor of George Washington's
Birthday, the twenty-second per-
son to patronize it will receive 22
cents worth of food free.
JGP MAKE-UP-There will be
a practice of the JGP make-up
committee at 4 p.m. tomorrow in
the League. All members are re-
quested to attend or call Gay
Thurston, 25618.
* * *
LEAGUE PETITIONS - Peti-
tions for senior positions in the
League are due at 5 p.m. tomor-
row it. the Undergraduate Office
of the League. Interviews will be
held next week by the Interview-
ing and Nominating Council.
. . *
MILITARY BALL-- Beginning
tomorrow tickets for the 1953 Mili-
tary Ball to be held March 27 may
be purchased by all members of
the reserve units in the NROTC
office at North Hall and at TCB.

llee's a loafer that puts your feet royally
at ease. iandsomely designed in black
and golden veal . . . genuine handsewn
seams with whip lacing . . . and attrac-
tively priced.
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304 S. State
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cated in the old A, B and C rooms
on the third floor. Each room will
represent some type of music --
classical, contemporary and mo-
dern.
The Barbara Little Room will be
open to men as well as women.
The records will be played from
the League Library and piped in-

SQ Musicale
There will be a Musicale at
1:30 p.m. today in the West
Lounge of South Quadrangle.
Taking part in the program
will be John Dudd, clarinet;
Jean St. Denis, soprano and
Carol Van Asselt, piano. Every-
one is invited to attend.

NEWSKIRTS
Illustrated is a block dot rhinestone studded
beauty -- wonderful for dress-up at $10.95.

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to each room.

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Charming .Gin
That fresh-as-a-daisy air
here in a crisp one-piece cot
blouse of strips of gi
organdy . . . wandarin neck
sleeves. In navy or blac

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gham
f v:4
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Ions The novelly
in{<ham on
aline and cap
k. Junior sizes.
10.95 <
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Another (not illustrat-
ed) is our grey denim
with large black chan-
ticleer print at $10.95
. . . wonderful when
mingle - mated with
our black pique blouse
at $5.95.

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SHIRTMAKER SPECIAL
.. for the junior who
takes her fashions
band-box neat...
and band-wagon ex-
citing! A willow-wand
shaft of rayon and
cotton, banded with
frosty embroidery at
bodice and pockets.
In navy, black, red or
blue with white em-
broidery. Natural with
black. Sizes 9 to 15."

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BY HOLLYWOOD-MAXWELL
The marvelous
new bra with
built-in beauty . . undetectable
foam rubber pads stitched in to
give you the greatest boost to
beauty since lipstick . . . always

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Other cotton
from $5.95

skirts---

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your waist with colorful
cinchers of Lastex in
white, black,' multicolors
, . . from $1.00,

$1N95

WOOLS from $8.95

ORLONS at $10.95
Sizes 10 to 20

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